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PMM Oct 1st 2010 6:28 pm

Concurrent Processing Work Permits Inland
 
Hi

CIC has issued an Operations Bulletin respecting concurrent processing of work permits submitted to Vegreville. The section that you should take note of is:

"For inland processing, the concurrent processing option will only be allowed for foreign nationals whose work permits will be expiring within two weeks. They must provide proof of a valid job offer, as well as proof that the employer has submitted a request to Service Canada for a new LMO. Applications will be initialized and the processing fee will be processed. Applications will be held for two months (TBC for CAQ) from the date of receipt, after which a determination to either refuse or approve the work permit will be made."

So if the employer hasn't started the advertising processing or submitted the LMO, then "implied status" will not apply IMHO.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resourc...010/ob152A.asp

JGK Nov 7th 2010 1:33 am

Re: Concurrent Processing Work Permits Inland
 
Concurrent processing (for NOC , levels O, A and B) was discontinued as of 21 July 2010.

Linky

Craig_Walker Jun 1st 2011 10:29 pm

Re: Concurrent Processing Work Permits Inland
 
Does this include applications for Temporary work permits included in sponsorship applications for PR? I was told that this would still be processed concurrently and be issued upon stage 1 approval?

Thanks:)

PMM Jun 1st 2011 11:24 pm

Re: Concurrent Processing Work Permits Inland
 
Hi


Originally Posted by Craig_Walker (Post 9403629)
Does this include applications for Temporary work permits included in sponsorship applications for PR? I was told that this would still be processed concurrently and be issued upon stage 1 approval?

Thanks:)

No


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